... Scalia's majority opinion in City of Arlington, Texas v. FCC amounted to a strong embrace of so-called "Chevron deference...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
The Department of Health and Human Services' regulation, authorizing the Provider Reimbursement Review Board to extend for up to three years the time for appeal of reimbursement determinations, is a
Federal law that makes it a crime to falsely claim receipt of military decorations or medals is a content-based restriction that infringes on speech protected by the First Amendment
...Federal Communications Commission began enforcing § 1464 in the 1970s. In FCC v. Pacifica Foundation, 438 U.S. 726, this court found that...
Indianapolis had a rational basis for refusing to issue refunds to homeowers who had paid a sewer assessment under a plan that was later abandoned in favor of a bonding system and thus did not violat
...Circuit vacated a $550,000 penalty imposed by the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) against the CBS Corporation for allowing the broadcast of this fleeting image...
No-injury class actions under penalty statutes face substantial hurdles in satisfying the superiority prong of Rule 23(b)(3
New Jersey Law Journal
...contained in PRTC's federal tariff filed with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). T-Mobile was billed at this rate until 2002, when PRTC announced...
New Jersey Law Journal
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